Creating a calendar event, to read QR code?

Inspired by today's topic is about another use of QR codes.


Just last week had dental surgery and on reception gave me a printed paper-the reminder (the size of a receipt) when I need to come next time. I'm in the phone generate a corresponding calendar event. Had an idea, why this paper not to print the QR code, transmitting calendar event information (which may be the address and name of the doctor). And so it only remains for me to confirm the event creation.


Is it possible (for example on Android) to initiate entry of calendar events in a result of reading special QR-code without the use of third-party applications (of course, with the exception of apps that recognize QR codes)?


In my opinion this idea is just as natural as the automatic opening of links in a mobile browser after photographing the QR-code, which works now on many modern phones out of the box.
October 8th 19 at 02:27
3 answers
October 8th 19 at 02:29
There is a generator of QR which codes events in the iCalendar format, though apparently not all readers understand, for example, an application Scan on the iOS (that was RedLaser to buy it of Ebay) does not recognize.
October 8th 19 at 02:31
Hmm. If the QR link to the calendar. Seems like it should work.
October 8th 19 at 02:33
The idea is you can try. If you can make a link by which the event will be added to the calendar of another user here.

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